Herod Agrippa I

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Herod Agrippa I

10 bc--44 ad, king of Judaea (41--44), grandson of Herod (the Great). A friend of Caligula and Claudius, he imprisoned Saint Peter and executed Saint James

Herod Agrippa I

was eaten by worms for playing god. [N.T.: Acts 12:23]
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Moreover, Marcus Julius Agrippa, also called Herod Agirppa II, last Jewish scion of the Herod family and his sister, Berenike, are not very enchanted with Rivka's clairvoyant abilities, often leading to some uncomfortable encounters.